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Drawing on great thoughts from all ages—and specifically influenced by Rothbardian political economy—Robert LeFevre asks and answers fundamental questions about the relationship between man, property, society, and the state.

Originally recorded in 1952-1953, this radio commentary series was written and narrated by Robert LeFevre, and presented by Rampart College.

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Drawing on great thoughts from all ages—and specifically influenced by Rothbardian political economy—Robert LeFevre asks and answers fundamental questions about the relationship between man, property, society, and the state.

Originally recorded in 1952-1953, this radio commentary series was written and narrated by Robert LeFevre, and presented by Rampart College.

    Communication About Freedom

    Communication About Freedom

    Robert LeFevre communicates about Freedom.

    Yes, You Do Have a Philosophy

    Yes, You Do Have a Philosophy

    "Yes, You Do Have a Philosophy" by Robert LeFevre.

    How Do You Know For Sure?

    How Do You Know For Sure?

    "How Do You Know For Sure?" by Robert LeFevre

    Emotion and Motivation

    Emotion and Motivation

    "Emotion and Motivation" by Robert LeFevre.

    Sacrifice and Molestation

    Sacrifice and Molestation

    "Sacrifice and Molestation" by Robert LeFevre. 

    Obligation and Responsibility

    Obligation and Responsibility

    "Obligation and Responsibility" by Robert LeFevre.

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Outstanding Review of the Ideas of Liberty

Robert LeFevre, who founded the Freedom School in Colorado Springs, taught courses on these very topics. It is an outstanding review of the ideas of liberty, and gives one a solid base of understanding why libertarians believe as they do. It's an excellent primer for those who are curious about libertarian fundamentals.

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